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Playwrights

There are eighteen Playwrights called Edward.

  • Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford

    Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford is a Playwright... (extract from the wikipedia article on Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford)

  • Edward Moore (dramatist)

    Edward Moore (March 22, 1712 – March 1, 1757), English dramatist and miscellaneous writer, the son of a dissenting minister, was born at Abingdon, Berkshire.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Edward Moore (dramatist))

  • Edward Martyn

    Edward Martyn (30 January 1859 – 5 December 1923) was an Irish political and cultural activist, playwright, and last of the senior branch of the "wealthy Catholic" Martyn family of Tullira, one of the Tribes of Galway.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Edward Martyn)

  • Edward Falco

    Edward Falco is an American author. His novel Saint John of the Five Boroughs was published by Unbridled Books in 2009.... ( from the wikipedia article on Edward Falco)

  • Edward Fitzball

    Edward Fitzball (1792 – 27 October 1873) was a popular English playwright, who specialised in melodrama. His real surname was Ball, and he was born at Burwell, Cambridgeshire.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Edward Fitzball)

  • Edward Ravenscroft

    Edward Ravenscroft (c.1654–1707), English dramatist, belonged to an ancient Flintshire family.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Edward Ravenscroft)

  • Edward Eliscu

    Edward Eliscu is a Playwright... ( from the wikipedia article on Edward Eliscu)

  • Edward Forsett

    Edward Forset or Forsett (1553 - 1630) was an English writer, known for political works and as a playwright.... ( from the wikipedia article on Edward Forsett)

  • Edward Pakenham, 6th Earl of Longford

    Edward Arthur Henry Pakenham, 6th Earl of Longford (29 December 1902 – 4 February 1961) was an Irish peer, politician, and littérateur.... ( from the wikipedia article on Edward Pakenham, 6th Earl of Longford)

  • Edward Abbott Parry

    Edward Abbott Parry is a Playwright... ( from the wikipedia article on Edward Abbott Parry)

  • Edward Tullidge

    Edward Wheelock Tullidge (September 30, 1829 – May 21, 1894) was a literary critic, newspaper editor, playwright, and historian of Utah Territory.... ( from the wikipedia article on Edward Tullidge)

  • Edward Henry Peple

    Edward Henry Peple (August 10, 1869Who's Who in America, 1908-9 – 1924) was an American playwright.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Edward Henry Peple)

  • Edward Chodorov

    Edward Chodorov is a Playwright... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Edward Chodorov)

  • Edward Howard (playwright)

    Edward Howard (1624 – c. 1700) was an English dramatist and author of the Restoration era.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Edward Howard (playwright))

  • Edward Einhorn

    Edward Einhorn (born 6 September 1970) is an American playwright, theater director, and novelist, noted for the comic absurdism of his drama and the imaginative richness of his literary works.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Edward Einhorn)

  • Edward Rose

    Edward Rose (August 7, 1849 - 31 December 1904) was an English dramatist and playwright, best known for his adaptations of novels for the stage, mainly The Prisoner of Zenda. He was also the theatre critic for The Sunday Times.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Edward Rose)

  • Edward Carey (novelist)

    Edward Carey (b. 1970, England) is a playwright, and novelist.... ( from the wikipedia article on Edward Carey (novelist))

  • Edward Halliwell

    Edward Halliwell was admitted to King's College, Cambridge in 1532. He was the author of a lost tragedy, Dido which was performed before Queen Elizabeth I during her royal visit to the university on 7 August 1564.... ( from the wikipedia article on Edward Halliwell)

Edward

Gender: more often male

Meaning: Wealthy guardian

Origin: English

Lucky Number: Four

Popularity: Position 8 in 1923, currently decreasing

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